Stephen Hurd - A Call To Worship

Wednesday 1st December 2004
Stephen Hurd - A Call To Worship
Stephen Hurd - A Call To Worship

STYLE: Gospel
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 10228-9687
LABEL: Integrity Gospel 27072
FORMAT: CD Album
RELEASE DATE: 2004-07-02
RRP: £14.99


Reviewed by David Street

Packed with a big sound and lots of attitude, Stephen Hurd passionately delivers 'A Call To Worship Live in DCl. From the First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Landover, Maryland, where Stephen is assistant minister of music, this recording captures Hurd's heart to offer his very all to the King of Kings. Matt Redman's "Undignified" has been given the gospel up-tempo treatment along with other favourites like "Cry Out O Zion" and "Stand" really speaks for itself. Some songs do go on a bit but that "goes with the turf" with live gospel recordings so you won't find too many interesting melodies, but plenty of action, a lot of heart and some fantastic choral harmonies. You'd easily assume he's been pumping out gospel albums for years and I'm sure this stunning debut will be the first of many!

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Sample Track Listing:
1. LetIt Rise [Listen]
2. Cry Out O Zion [Listen]
3. Rejoice [Listen]
4. Lead Me To The Rock [Listen]
5. Lead Me To The Rock (Reprise) [Listen]
6. Philippians 4 [Listen]
7. Philippians 4 [Listen]
8. Undignified (I Will Dance I Will Sing) [Listen]
9. We Magnify Your Name [Listen]
10. Your Glory [Listen]
11. The Oil Of Your Anointing [Listen]
12. I Can't Wait [Listen]
13. Zion (Zion Is Calling) [Listen]

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